metalcore

It's the Big Ass tour!

Why they're touring a donkey we may never know, but Amity Affliction and A Day A To Remember think it appropriate...
Tour Dates: 
12/12/2015 - 19/12/2015

The Amity Affliction and A Day To Remember will join forces this December to bring one of the biggest rock shows of the year to Australia.

Northlane the Node Australian tour

Featuring August Burns Red (USA), Like Moths To Flames (USA), Buried In Verona and Ocean Grove
Tour Dates: 
04/11/2015 - 15/11/2015

Following the release of the highly anticipated album Node, Northlane have announced their first Australian headline tour in 18 months.

Buried In Verona announce national headline tour

Buried In Verona have been through hell. Finding themselves deceived by those they trusted most and staring oblivion in the face at the end of 2014, they regrouped, recruited fresh blood and refused to let the world get the better of them.
Tour Dates: 
17/09/2015 - 04/10/2015

Blunt, brutal, fuelled by rage but above all, completely honest, Buried In Verona are primed to take their new set of anthems to their faithful and their critics in equal measure w

Soundworks Touring presents Nile on their What Shall Not Be Unearthed Australian tour 2015

joining them on their Australian jaunt will be Unearth, Feed Her To The Sharks and Whoretopsy
Tour Dates: 
19/11/2015 - 22/11/2015

The reigning gods of technical, historically-themed ferocity, Nile are poised to strike unforgivingly and guide us down into the depths of their ominous catacombs.

Wollongong heavy hitters Graves added to the Chelsea Grin Australian tour

For those sitting on the fence about turning up, Graves provides the sugar on top!

With a foundation built on a solid DIY ethic, pure hard work and heavy music worship, Graves have built a reputation of reliability, strength and crushing heaviness.

Feed Her to the Sharks - Fortitude (Victory Records)

Punishing stuff...

Melbourne 'core exponents Feed Her to the Sharks are the next off the rapidly-lengthening production line of Australian acts hitching their colours to the mask of a foreign record